I disagree with both of you. Many people I don’t care about have a place in my life. I don’t care about all of the people I work with. I don’t ignore them either. I do my best to fulfill their requests, and then move onto the next one. The people I care about get to jump the line.
Sure I am talking about work, not personal life.
Personal life, there I get to ignore the ones that I don’t care about.
More seriously, it would depend when. I HAVE to go to the UK in the next 18 months (my mum is getting older) and I will probably stop off in the Netherlands to visit a friend headed one way or the other. So if the stars align I could probably stop in Iceland too.
I have a colleague who loves to page me at 3am or call me drunk while partying at 2am
Okay, more a friend than a colleague, and it usually leads to pretty funny chats - him being not really sober and me being not really awake
@amal so, what are you planning with iceland? Now I’m curious!
That is more acceptable, some of my friends are (or were) colleagues from work. This was someone, who can be very demanding, paging me to do some work. If they had opened an incident, called the on-call and they had escalated to me I wouldn’t have had a problem. They skipped the whole other bit and paged me directly.
I heard they have incredible icecream there
I plan on doing a trip around the island, pet some wonderful horses, be impressed by the landscape and maybe get some handpoked tattoos…
Unfortunatly, my beloved one told my ex-friend about my plans, and now he wants to accompany me - he’s a really nice guy, but after some hours, he tends to get on my nerves… so, two weeks with him? Daaaaamn…^^
Did you read about those payment terminal attacks? I dont know much about it yet except that there were some simple buffer overflows somewhere down the communication. Gotta read it later, I’ve just seen a german summary.